Brass Charan Paduka ( Pack of 10 Guru Padukas / Khadau )
Paduka Details : Teakwood Charan Paduka with Brass Inlay work
Paduka is the name of India's oldest, most quintessential footwear. Paduka also means foot prints of Hindu Gods such as Vishnu, Shiva and other religious icons that are worshipped in this symbolic form in houses and also in temples built for this purpose.
As per Ramayana, Bhagwan Sri Rama lovingly blessed his brother with his padukas / Charan. These Padukas, reminded Bharata of the ideals of Sri Rama & symbolized his presence through the 14 years of his exile. They symbolize the presence of Guru and daily worship of these Padukas help to step into a life of fullness.
Every disciple should keep a Paduka / Khadau at the worship place in the name of his Guru and it should be worshiped daily. Apply Chandan ( Sandalwood ) Perfume on the Paduka. Those who keep the Paduka in the house, it is very sure that they will have good wealth, prosperity & flow of happiness at home.
"Salutations and Salutations to the sandals of my Guru, Which is a boat, which helps me, cross the endless ocean of life, Which endows me, with the sense of devotion to my Guru, And by worship of which, I attain the dominion of renunciation."
Purpose : They symbolize God's presence and daily worship of these Padukas help to step into a life of fullness.
Make : Teakwood Charan Padukas with brass inlay work for keeping in Puja room hand made by craftsmen of Jaipur.
Length : 6.5" long.
Quantity : 10 pairs of Paduka in a wholesale pack.
Quality : Best